N.H. House votes overwhelmingly to oppose indefinite detention by U.S. government
On a 337-15 vote, the House gave initial approval to the “New Hampshire Liberty Act,” which bars state officials – under penalty of prosecution “to the fullest extent of current New Hampshire law” – from helping implement two sections of the NDAA dealing with military detention of suspected terrorists.
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